OK, I’m sure I’d like and agree with the book by DeYoung, but question: WHY “pray”? We all agree, prayer *must* be good, but HOW does that help discover God’s will??? In the book, is it practical, or just pious platitude? I mean, how can you write a book and NOT say to pray??! You know I agree with the “way of wisdom,” but “drink deeply of God’s word,” and “pray” seems to me like pious soup. WHAT do I pray? HOW should I pray (attitude, or specific, or what)? Lots of times, I think sermon-givers and book-writers just toss in “and pray,” because it is the thing we are supposed to say. So, does DeYoung go beyond the common pap in this area??